The DIOSI project, coordinated by Universiteit Antwerpen proposes a full cycle concept on doctoral education, from the development of a new joint doctoral educational programme, through the provision of training on Open Science and Open Innovation & Entrepreneurship for doctoral candidates and early career researchers, to the measurement of impact of such training, by creating an impact and graduate tracking framework. The project is funded by EU and has started in January 2021.
The project "Research Data" of the U Bremen Research Alliance contributes to the work package „Open Science Training“, led by the University of Bremen and the University of Eastern Finland. In two train-the-trainer workshops training competences in the fields „Open Access Publishing“ and „FAIR Data“ are conveyed by the professional Open Science Trainer Katarzyna Biernacka. These competences follow (among others) the Train-the-Trainer Concept on Research Data Management of FDMentor.
Interested persons from the U Bremen Research Alliance can take part in train-the-trainer workshops on "Open Science" and "Open Innovation & Entrepreneurship" and, thereby, get in touch with the European-wide network of trainers. In a next step, the new trainers convey the aquired knowledge in workshops to doctoral candidates and early career researchers in their home institutions. These workshops should be sustainably implemented in the University's programs.